New Year's Eve: Ten Mystical Songs for Making Out With Your Hippie Boyfriend
See also: What To Do This New Year's Eve
From the film Zabriskie Point
With a galactic alignment and Mayan prophecy fulfillment on the horizon -- not to mention the Aquarian dawning -- 2012 is poised to be a pretty cosmic year.
So as you embrace your turquoised-out, biker hippie wizard lover this New Year's Eve, preferably beneath some desert stars or giant redwoods, be sure that these rockin' mystical jams are playing on the record machine.
Although Devendra has recently toned down his ultra-tripped out California cosmic wardrobe, his back catalog still makes for some bad-ass hippie lovin'.9. Black Sabbath
Harmonicas are sexy, especially when backed by the monstrous riffs of Tony Iommi and Ozzy singing about Gandalf. Hallucinatory.
"Grim Reaper Blues"
Most people don't want to look Death in the eye, but there's a hot hippie wizard lurking beneath the hood, and he loves rock 'n roll. The Entrance Band knows this, and with "Grim Reaper Blues" -- one of their heaviest and most anthemic tracks -- they remind us that Death got soul too.
Swedish stoner rock magicians Witchcraft turn base metal into gold with this brooding, retro-flavored dose of heaviness from their 2007 album Alchemist.